Meet Melissa Lawrence, CloudMom!
- June 22, 2012
- by Melissa Lawrence
Hi, moms and dads! My name is Melissa Lawrence a.k.a., CloudMom! In the span of 6 ½ years, my husband Marc and I have had FIVE children. Yes, five. They’re quite a handful, but having gone through birthing babies and raising young kids five times now, I do feel that I have a couple of tricks up my sleeve.
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Parenting advice for baby’s first year to “toddlerhood” and beyond
The CloudMom website is my new baby, and it will be the place where I’ll share all of my advice for new parents. Everything that I share with you will be from personal experience, and I have hundreds of videos lined up to try to help the transition into parenthood that much easier (Haha, “easier”) for you. Feel free to check out my blog to get a glimpse of my life as a mom to five young, energetic little characters!
While raising five children, I began to notice little things that I learned that I thought could be of some help to new parents going through the same thing. So, I would get an idea, grab a camera, and sit down to make how-to videos for parents on any topic that I could think of. From organizing a changing table to making to-do lists, and from bedtime routines to breastfeeding, I try to cover it all to give parents the best idea of what to expect while raising their kiddies.
One of the best things about being a mom is being able to talk to other parents to see what practices work best for them, so I love to hear ideas and concerns from parents like you! If there’s something that you want me to cover, let me know and I’ll discuss it. Feel free to share your stories and opinions in the comments section below my videos, too!
I’m really looking forward to sharing everything that I’ve learned over the years with you! If you want to stay up-to-date with everything going on here with CloudMom, you may sign-up on the website to receive your weekly newsletter! If you want to reach out to me directly, I’m just a click away on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
If there’s one thing that I’ve learned that has helped me with raising my children, it’s that all moms have an instinct. Trust yours!